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 Sunday, Jun 25 
2017 Midwest Safety Conference (Kentucky AAMS)
This event is being organized by KYAAMS, INAAMS and OACCT and all proceeds will be donated back to the 3 local AAMS chapters for furture safety events.

 Sunday, Jun 25 
Hardin County suspends EMS director (Elizabethtown News Enterprise)
The director of Hardin County Emergency Management Services was suspended without pay Thurs­day pending termination.

 Saturday, Jun 24 
Report: Putting others first can cost lives in emergencies (EMS1)
A study found survival rates were higher when strong people reached safety themselves before helping others.

 Saturday, Jun 24 
Deep cuts to Medicaid put rural hospitals in the crosshairs (CNN)
For the hundreds of rural U.S. hospitals struggling to stay in business, health policy decisions made in Washington, D.C., this summer could make survival a lot tougher.

 Saturday, Jun 24 
All Louisville first responders learning SWAT techniques in order to be prepared for anything (WDRB)
Mass shootings have become increasing more common across the United States, putting not only law enforcement but first responders in the crosshairs.

 Friday, Jun 23 
Governors wary of Medicaid cost shift in Senate health bill (WPSD)
Governors in states that expanded Medicaid are wary of a bill revealed Thursday by Republican leaders in the U.S. Senate.

 Thursday, Jun 22 
Firefighter / Paramedic: Fort Mitchell Fire Department, Fort Mitchell (Kenton) KY

 Thursday, Jun 22 
Full-Time Paramedic: Georgetown-Scott County EMS, Georgetown (Scott) KY

 Thursday, Jun 22 
Paramedic: Arrowmed, Jackson (Breathitt) KY

 Thursday, Jun 22 
EMT: Arrowmed, Jackson (Breathitt) KY

 Wednesday, Jun 21 
What happens if astronauts get sick in space? (CNN)
Trying to perform chest compressions when you're floating around only results in two people pushing away from each other. So what's the solution?

 Wednesday, Jun 21 
June Certificate of Need Newsletter (revised) (Cabinet for Health and Family Services)
The revised June edition of the Kentucky Certificate of Need Newsletter.

 Wednesday, Jun 21 
3rd annual City of Carlisle Fire Dept. 9/11 Remembrance Service
The City of Carlisle Fire Dept. will hold their third annual 9/11 Remembrance Service on Sept. 10.

 Tuesday, Jun 20 
Bevin plans revamp of 39 medical and professional boards; Beshear pledges to fight (Lexington Herald Leader)
Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear is pledging to fight a proposed reorganization and restructuring by Gov. Matt Bevin of nearly 40 medical and professional oversight boards, which control the licensing of more than 100,000 professionals in Kentucky and investigate complaints against them.

 Tuesday, Jun 20 
FirstNet, AT&T advance nationwide broadband network for public safety (EMS1)
The network will modernize communications with technologies that will help save lives.

 Monday, Jun 19 
Alexandria man among 19 honored by Carnegie Hero Fund Commission (Lexington Herald Leader)
A 72-year-old man who rescued a 48-year-old man from a truck near another burning vehicle that had crashed into it in Grants Lick, Kentucky, is one of 19 people being honored with Carnegie medals for heroism.

 Sunday, Jun 18 
Emergencies are My Nature: Traumatic incident changed an EMS provider's life (EMS1)
Daniel Carter looks back on what inspired his 37-year career as an EMT.

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